Abandoned mine diorama in progess

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Had this idea for a long time. I have spent the last three weeks on this but I still have a lot to do. Building is from Builders in Scale and the hand made trees are kits I bought from Coastman Trees.
 

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tootnkumin

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Great work. The wood looks good, but you shouldn't have hired Jim's company carpenter to put in that 2nd step for you. (HOexplorer, Building the Pinnacle Creek Mining & Timber Co. RR)
 
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I purchased the Woodland scenic boulders and will be setting them in plaster. I found a steel cable set from Roco/Herpa models that will be used for the mine shaft cable.
 




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